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My writings on Duncan v. N.H. resulted from many hours of study

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To The Daily Sun,
In response to letters from Ron Godbout, William McCoy's and James Veverka, the ones that concerned my last series of letters:

Firstly, I would like to thank Ron Godbout for his service. Yet I will take issue with even a veteran when he speaks wrongly. In your letter sir, you characterized my last series of letters as rants and religious diatribes. Did you do that because my discourse fits the definition of these or because you did not like what I said and wanted to paint it in a negative light. The series that I just finished, on Duncan v The State of N.H., represents many hours of study and research and immeasurable amount of wrestling with these concepts in an attempt to get it right. If you would like to do diligence and examine the documents and historical accounts yourself, I will welcome your input. If not, with all due respect sir, please keep your cheap shots to yourself.

I see that James Veverka's has become the Lakes Region's poster boy, for liberal intolerance. Jim, mocking people does not show a whole bunch of understanding.

And to William "Liam" McCoy: Thanks for your support. Keep fighting the good fight, and don't let these rascals get your goat.

John Demakowski